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Energy & Marine Service Centre, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand

Energy & Marine Service Centre is located in Napier, on Hawke’s Bay, the largest of the several bays located on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island. Hawke’s Bay is a major wine producing region, notably red wines. The city of Napier has a beautiful art-deco architecture from the 1930s and hosts the country’s most elaborate celebrations of Matariki – the Maori New Year. The city was rebuilt in its entirety following a major earthquake in 1931. Other than the beautifully preserved city center, Napier’s other attractions include Cape Kidnappers and the many vineyards in the region. Cape Kidnappers is a sandstone headland to the east of Hastings in Hawke's Bay. It’s home to the largest and most accessible gannet colony in the world. The 13-hectare reserve includes the Saddle and Black Reef gannet colonies. At the cape there’s a golf course that makes the most of the breathtaking natural landscape. The sixth hole is widely regarded to be one of the greatest golf holes of the world.

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Attractions in Hawke's Bay

Hawke's Bay lies on the Eastern side of the Northern Island of New Zeeland. This region is located on the coast, but it is also blessed with several rivers and a lake called the Waikaremoana Lake. The relief is predominantly made up of hills which create a splendid sight for travelers and hikers. The region’s architectonic treasures and its famous wines recommend it as a top destination for tourists worldwide.

The original inhabitants of this region were the Māori population. The bay was discovered by the famous explorer James Cook in the 18th century. This event led to the settlement of the first European communities.  An interesting fact about this region’s historical background relates to its name. Hawke’s Bay evokes the memory of Admiral Edward Hawke. Captain Cook decided to give this name to the bay as a recognition sign for the admiral.

Hawke's Bay is rich in natural attractions and its coastal position als... more info